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The book concludes with a guide to further resources and a selection of Vietnam . The book seeks to furnish instructors with the methods to present the war's broad perspective and complexity to a classroom.

The book concludes with a guide to further resources and a selection of Vietnam War course syllabi employed by scholars active in the field. This work will be a major resource for teachers and those stud. It begins with a discussion of some of the major interpretive stances, approaches, and issues that may be pursued in teaching about Vietnam.

Introduction Bibliographies, Indexes, and other Reference Aids Background and the Decision to Intervene The Congressional Role The . GILBERT, Marc Jason, ed. The Vietnam War: Teaching Approaches and Resources. New York; London: Greenwood Press, 1991.

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Subject and author indexes. A solid resource on the subject listing over 4,000 references. A valuable reference source. A companion volume to the author's earlier Holy Roman Empire: A Dictionary Handbook, this bibliography provides an excellent overview of more than 3,000 works dealing with that all-too-secular symbol of the Universal Christian Empire.

Vietnam War Bibliography Gilbert, Marc Jason, e. The Vietnam War: Teaching Approaches and Resources (1991). Vietnam: A Teacher's Guide" (1983) recommended.

Vietnam War Bibliography. by Richard Jensen Jensen is a scholar with many books and articles; he was professor of history for over 35 years at several schools, including the University of Illinois, Harvard, Michigan, West Point, and Moscow State University. Write him at [email protected] Overviews & Reference. Gilbert, Marc Jason, e.

Interpretive anthropology refers to the specific approach to ethnographic .

Interpretive anthropology refers to the specific approach to ethnographic writing and practice interrelated to (but distinct from) other perspectives that developed within sociocultural anthropology during the Cold War, the decolonization movement, and the war in Vietnam.

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The following bibliography includes notable books concerning the American Revolutionary War. These books are listed in the bibliographies of books by prominent historians as shown in the footnotes. Under construction: This article is being expanded and revised. Alden, John R. A History of the American Revolution. New York: Knopf, 1969. The American Revolution: A Concise History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. ISBN 978-0-19-531295-9.

In many secondary schools, colleges, and universities across the country, the study of the Vietnam War has become a standard part of the curriculum. In this work, editor Marc Jason Gilbert has organized essays that are designed to serve the needs of the instructors currently teaching or planning to institute such courses. Each essay, written by a leading scholar in his or her field, addresses specific teaching strategies and resources, surveying approaches and providing a detailed examination of those issues that teachers have identified as the most useful or important.

The book seeks to furnish instructors with the methods to present the war's broad perspective and complexity to a classroom. It begins with a discussion of some of the major interpretive stances, approaches, and issues that may be pursued in teaching about Vietnam. Subsequent chapters address the operational issues of the air war and misconceptions concerning guerilla war and counterinsurgency; the nature of people's wars; the effectiveness of decision-making and foreign policy-making analysis as classroom learning techniques; the need to place the war in the context of Indochinese, American, and world history; the use of teaching strategies and resources derived from literature, film, and the voice of the veteran; the use of Asian, European, and American literary sources to gain insight into the experience of the Vietnamese people; the anti-war movement; issues of peace, sex, and ethnicity; the integration of such approaches and issues into a course on the war; the use of materials drawn from the Vietnam War to further students' analytical skills; innovative ways of bringing primary printed sources into the classroom; and the strength and weaknesses of Vietnam War classroom texts and key monographs. The book concludes with a guide to further resources and a selection of Vietnam War course syllabi employed by scholars active in the field. This work will be a major resource for teachers and those studying to be teachers, as well as for courses on the Vietnam War, Southeast Asia, and U.S. History and Politics.


The Vietnam War: Teaching Approaches and Resources (Bibliographies and Indexes in Anthropology) download epub
Humanities
Author: Marc J. Gilbert
ISBN: 0313277400
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger; Annotated edition edition (September 20, 1991)
Pages: 312 pages